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8 September 2020

"It was a relief to make my debut"

Aaron Drinan says his aim now is to ‘keep the shirt’ and stay in the team after making his full debut on Saturday in Town’s 3-0 win over Bristol Rovers in the Carabao Cup.

The Irishman had to wait to wait two-and-a-half years to make his full debut for Blues after signing in January 2018 from Waterford.

Aaron capped off an impressive debut off with an assist for Freddie Sears in the first-half which got Town off the mark for the campaign.

“It was a relief to make my debut,” Aaron told iFollow Ipswich. “I’ve been here two-and-a-half years and I haven’t been involved with the first team as much as I’d hoped.

“I thought I did well to be fair. It’s obviously nice to be involved in a goal with an assist and I thought I was unlucky not to score as well.

“The aim now is to ‘keep the shirt’ and stay in the team. Hopefully the teams keep winning and I can add some goals along the way.

“I think Saturday’s result can be a momentum builder for us with the games coming thick and fast.”

Full interview with Aaron on iFollow Ipswich.

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